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Pityriasis rosea is a common viral infection of the skin which is characterized by pink to red oval rose petal shaped lesions on the torso, arms, and legs sparing the hands, feet and face.

Typically, there is an intial "herald patch" which precedes the generalized rash.

There maybe some itchiness associated with it and it can be treated with steroid creams and light therapy.

It typically occurs only once in a lifetime.

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